We Conduct Riding Assessments
Additionally, we offer assessments for all the courses we run. Here you will get to carry out most of the Mod 1 manoeuvres. These assessments are an effective way to help the instructor judge how much work you need to put into your riding. You can be sure that these assessments are well worth the money.
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)
The CBT is a course of training that every rider must complete. This course is ideal for novice riders and is approved by the DVSA. From theoretical introduction to practical on-road training, this course is extremely comprehensive. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be issued a Certificate of Completion of Training (DL196). You need a provisonal driving licence and a working knowledge of the highway code to start the course.
If you are over the age of 19 and you wish to ride smaller, less-powerful bikes, then this is the test you must take up. This test is completed on a motorcycle of at least 395cc. This course comes in 3-days, 4-days and 5-days packages.
We offer one-on-one training at our centre. Our Kawasaki training is an all-inclusive VIP service, which is exclusively a 1:1 tuition. The prices of our 1:1 tuition are:
All of our instructors have qualifications in advanced motorcycle riding and we encourage passionate individuals to take up the advanced motorcycling courses. We do a range of half day sessions tailored at individual needs.
Motorcycling Instructor Training
If you want to be a riding instructor, our instructor training courses are sure to benefit you. We can help prepare you for the ChaddertonAssessment.
Back to Biking
Has it been a while since you last rode your motorcycle? Our back to biking course is sure to benefit you. We will teach you all the basics of riding and help you reach your maximum potential.
SOME IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE:
Packages must be paid up in full before the tuition begins. However, feel free to speak to our team for other options on making payment. We also offer an optional damage waiver for CBT, A1, A2 and DAS courses. If you choose not to apply for this waiver, kindly note that the customer is responsible for the insurance excess for any damage to bike or equipment.